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Esri UC 2020 is Virtual!

The Esri User Conference (Esri UC) is virtual this year! ArcGIS users, Esri staff, and special guests will share their powerful stories on how GIS is making a difference in the world. See demonstrations of the latest technology and capabilities in ArcGIS that will empower you to take your work to the next level. Esri UC 2020 is lining up to be the world's biggest GIS event of the year! View the detailed agenda here.

Esri UC 2020
Esri UC is July 13 - 16, 2020

Joined by Jack Dangermond, this year's plenary guests are Dr. Vicki Phillips, Executive Vice President and Chief Education Officer, National Geographic Society, and Jeffrey Sachs, President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, UN SDG Advocate, and Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University. They will share their vision on how the monitoring and analysis of data will help us achieve the global Sustainable Development Goals.

Esri UC 2020 Expo

Blue Raster will be virtually exhibiting this year. Attendees can visit us online via chat and set up live Zoom meetings. More information will be provided once the conference beings. Our virtual "booth" will be staffed during all of the conference expo hours, and we want to talk with you! We can't wait to tell you about our latest GIS capabilities and projects.

Expo Hours:

  • Monday, July 13th from 3:05pm - 6:45pm ET
  • Tuesday, July 14th from 10:30am-12:40pm ET and 2:10pm-6:45pm ET
  • Wednesday, July 15th from 10:30am-12:40pm ET and 2:10-6:45pm ET

Map Gallery

Look for our 3 entries in the Virtual Map Gallery:

Full conference access to the Esri UC is available if you are current on your maintenance plan or subscription, including users with ArcGIS for Personal Use licenses, distributors and partners. Register here.

Plenary Session access is complimentary for everyone.

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